SICK: ‘BLACK LIVES MATTER’ SUPPORTERS CELEBRATE MURDER OF DALLAS COPS

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    Jul 10, 2016 3:35 AM GMT
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    Black Lives Matter’ supporters responded to the sniper attack in Dallas by celebrating the murder of the five police officers who were gunned down in cold blood.


    BLM sympathizers took to Twitter to express their joy at the carnage, with one commenting,...

    “Y’all pigs got what was coming for y’all.”

    “Next time a group wants to organize a police shoot, do like Dallas tonight, but have extra men/women to flank the Pigs!,” added another.

    “Dude hell yeah someone is shooting pigs in dallas. Solidarity,” commented another user.

    “DALLAS keep smoking dem pigs keep up the work,” remarked another.
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    Jul 10, 2016 4:05 AM GMT
    Well... Some Black people overdo things sometime...

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    Jul 10, 2016 4:15 AM GMT
    JPGC2007 saidWell... Some Black people overdo things sometime...

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    PLEASE DON'T BLAME THIS ON BLACKS.

    BLACK LIVES MATTER IS A LEFT WING FUNDED POLITICAL AGITATION GROUP.

    NOT ALL " BLACK LIVES MATTER" MEMBERS ARE BLACK....THE ONLY THING THEY SHARE IS HATRED.
  • Fireworkz

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    Jul 10, 2016 6:35 AM GMT
    Wow. Lump everyone together why don't you.
    A few tweeters do not represent all of black lives matters. Just as a few bad cops don't represent all cops.
    Just as a few kkk members celebrating the death of black people does not represent all republicans.

    Most black people are not out there celebrating the death of those cops.
  • AMoonHawk

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    Jul 10, 2016 6:39 AM GMT
    and there were a lot of tweets about the Orlando shooting that were just as bad ... unfortunately evil people exist ... hopefully the good will always out number them
  • Fireworkz

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    Jul 10, 2016 6:46 AM GMT
    To OP there is not much compassion in your posts.
    Instead of attacking how about observing that people are losing their lives. That is the real tragedy here.
    Do you know what that is like?

    People are executed and your first response is conspiracy theory. Be a human being.
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    Jul 10, 2016 7:18 AM GMT
    The #blacklivesmatter movement is a #farce, perpetuated by the rich elites like @georgesoros to gain more power-control. #MartialLaw? They will create chaos to line their pockets with more BILLIONS> Literally, read up and see the truth guys!

    BTW.....BLM leader in JAIL

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    Bail is blocked due to hackers anonymous phone hack! LOL
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    Jul 10, 2016 9:10 AM GMT
    Fireworkz saidWow. Lump everyone together why don't you.
    A few tweeters do not represent all of black lives matters. Just as a few bad cops don't represent all cops.
    Just as a few kkk members celebrating the death of black people does not represent all republicans.

    Most black people are not out there celebrating the death of those cops.


    I agreed with this post. There are good and bad people everywhere.
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    Jul 10, 2016 9:21 AM GMT
    Funny how the media don't called this "terrorist act," when killing five cops in Dallas. If that was a Middle Eastern or Muslim guy, the media will label him "terrorist".
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    Jul 10, 2016 10:11 AM GMT
    Once protesters start to kill police. They stop being protesters and become terrorists.
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    Jul 10, 2016 10:43 AM GMT
    Aunty_Jack saidOnce protesters start to kill police. They stop being protesters and become terrorists.


    Except that the protesters in Dallas were marching peacefully and the police were there protecting them, so what's your point?
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    Jul 10, 2016 11:47 AM GMT
    Little doubt the sniper was a supporter of Black lives matter, who targeted police. This may leed to police becoming even more trigger happy, out of fear. The New Black Panthers Party, will not help things either. America is an empire in turmoil.
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    Aunty_Jack saidLittle doubt the sniper was a supporter of Black lives matter, who targeted police. This may leed to police becoming even more trigger happy, out of fear. The New Black Panthers Party, will not help things either. America is an empire in turmoil.


    He was also an Army reservist. Why not blame the Army too? The Black lives matter movement doesn't advocate cop killing anymore than the Army does.

    Black Lives Matter Speaks Out Against Dallas Shooting

    "As we have done for decades, we marched and protested to highlight the urgent need to transform policing in America, to call for justice, transparency and accountability, and to demand that Black Lives Matter.

    In Dallas, many gathered to do the same, joining in a day of action with friends, family, and co-workers. Their efforts were cut short when a lone gunman targeted and attacked 11 police officers, killing five. This is a tragedy–both for those who have been impacted by yesterday’s attack and for our democracy."


    http://fortune.com/2016/07/08/black-lives-matter-speaks-out-against-dallas-shooting/
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    Jul 10, 2016 1:21 PM GMT
    Ex_Mil8 said
    Aunty_Jack saidOnce protesters start to kill police. They stop being protesters and become terrorists.


    Except that the protesters in Dallas were marching peacefully and the police were there protecting them, so what's your point?


    Thank you.
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    Jul 10, 2016 1:21 PM GMT
    Fireworkz saidWow. Lump everyone together why don't you.
    A few tweeters do not represent all of black lives matters. Just as a few bad cops don't represent all cops.
    Just as a few kkk members celebrating the death of black people does not represent all republicans.

    Most black people are not out there celebrating the death of those cops.


    Thank you.
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    Jul 10, 2016 1:23 PM GMT
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    Aunty_Jack saidLittle doubt the sniper was a supporter of Black lives matter, who targeted police. This may leed to police becoming even more trigger happy, out of fear. The New Black Panthers Party, will not help things either. America is an empire in turmoil.


    He was also an Army reservist. Why not blame the Army too? The Black lives matter movement doesn't advocate cop killing anymore than the Army does.

    Black Lives Matter Speaks Out Against Dallas Shooting

    "As we have done for decades, we marched and protested to highlight the urgent need to transform policing in America, to call for justice, transparency and accountability, and to demand that Black Lives Matter.

    In Dallas, many gathered to do the same, joining in a day of action with friends, family, and co-workers. Their efforts were cut short when a lone gunman targeted and attacked 11 police officers, killing five. This is a tragedy–both for those who have been impacted by yesterday’s attack and for our democracy."


    http://fortune.com/2016/07/08/black-lives-matter-speaks-out-against-dallas-shooting/




    Again, thank you for the rational response!
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    Fireworkz saidWow. Lump everyone together why don't you.
    A few tweeters do not represent all of black lives matters. Just as a few bad cops don't represent all cops.
    Just as a few kkk members celebrating the death of black people does not represent all republicans.

    Most black people are not out there celebrating the death of those cops.


    You accuse others of "lumping people together" then slyly lump kkk in with republicans?

    Hypocrisy much?

    FYI....kkk was an agitation group from another era, but invented by democrats. And still respected by some, as Hillary Clinton gives a warm hug & kiss to KKK Grand Kleagle Democrat Sen. Robert Byrd.

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    Jul 10, 2016 2:59 PM GMT
    BLM is a left-wing hate group, and likely funded by a mega donor like George Soros.

    The guys below, with #UnifyUSA is the way to go. Enough with the killing.


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    Jul 10, 2016 3:28 PM GMT
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    FYI....kkk was an agitation group from another era, but invented by democrats.

    Your lies and misrepresentations don't stop, do they? Let's just mention 2 of them from that single sentence:

    The KKK was and is not an "agitation" group. It's an anti-Black, anti-Jewish White Supremacy hate group. That was responsible for countless Black lynchings, tortures, Church bombings, burnings, and murders of all kinds. And now for a US history lesson:

    Democrats in the 1800s Reconstruction South, in the aftermath of the US Civil War, were a unique political animal. Later known by other US Democrats as "Dixiecrats" for their racial extremism that was out of step with the rest of the Party. Another term was the "Solid South" for their lockstep voting record in Congress, echoed in today's Republicans. For 100 years following the defeat of the Confederacy most Southerns would never support Republicans, and the Party of Lincoln, carpetbaggers and the victorious North.

    Democratic President Lyndon Johnson overcame Dixiecrat opposition to enact his landmark civil rights legislation of the mid-1960s. Opening a political rift that Republican President Nixon later exploited with his "Southern Strategy" to win Dixiecrats over to the Republican Party. An approach Ronald Reagan further pursued. GW Bush and Karl Rove put the icing on the cake with their Christian evangelical strategy, to further convert that former Democratic voting block to the Republican Party.

    So that many of today's Republicans are in fact former Democrats, their roots in the racist values of the unreconstructed South following the Civil War. The same Dixiecrats that formed the KKK (although strictly speaking the KKK partly arose because the South was politically disorganized in the years immediately following the War).

    To blame the KKK, of yesterday or today, on the Democratic Party of Hillary Clinton is an outright falsehood. The guilt falls more firmly on their Republican heirs. But then I'm rather thinking you know that, don't you?
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    S2Ki said
    FYI....kkk was an agitation group from another era, but invented by democrats.

    Your lies and misrepresentations don't stop, do they?


    Pot calling the kettle black?

    A history lesson for you.

    The KKK was founded in Tennessee immediately after the end of the Civil War as a sort of social club for former Confederate Soldiers whose influence quickly spread through the decimated Southern states.

    As Columbia professor Eric Foner wrote in his A Short History of Reconstruction, in its early days, the group was loosely bound by one main principle: launching a reign of terror against Republican leaders black and white.

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    A Short History of Reconstruction 1st Edition

    Racism was, of course, a guiding principle, but not quite as guiding as the hatred of the Republicans, the party of Lincoln, the Yankees who early Klansmen believed destroyed their homeland through what they termed a “war of northern aggression.”

    The Republican Party had been founded in a schoolhouse in Ripon, Wisconsin just 12 years earlier, and Lincoln was its first president. The Klan saw both as just as big a menace as the newly freed slaves. Less than a year after Lincoln’s assassination, the Klan’s anti-Republican ideology spread rapidly.

    As Dr. Foner wrote:

    In effect, the Klan was a military force serving the interests of the Democratic party, the planter class, and all those who desired the restoration of white supremacy. It aimed to destroy the Republican party’s infrastructure, undermine the Reconstruction state, reestablish control of the black labor force, and restore racial subordination in every aspect of Southern life.

    In 1868, the Klan elected its first Grand Wizard, Nathaniel Bedford Forrest. Decades later, his grandson wrote in the September 1928 issue of the Klan’s Kourier Magazine:

    I have never voted for any man who was not a regular Democrat. My father … never voted for any man who was not a Democrat. My grandfather was …the head of the Ku Klux Klan in reconstruction days…. My great-grandfather was a life-long Democrat…. My great-great-grandfather was…one of the founders of the Democratic party.

    Under the elder Forrest, the Klan’s violence grew almost uncontrollable. PBS’ American Experience reports:

    In the time leading up to the 1868 presidential election, the Klan's activities picked up in speed and brutality. The election, which pitted Republican Ulysses S. Grant against Democrat Horatio Seymour, was crucial. Republicans would continue programs that prevented Southern whites from gaining political control in their states. Klan members knew that given the chance, the blacks in their communities would vote Republican.

    Across the South, the Klan and other terrorist groups used brutal violence to intimidate Republican voters. In Kansas, over 2,000 murders were committed in connection with the election. In Georgia, the number of threats and beatings was even higher. And in Louisiana, 1000 blacks were killed as the election neared. In those three states, Democrats won decisive victories at the polls.

    Democrats. Not Republicans, not Tea Partiers. Democrats. And they're still doing it, except now they use BLM.

    http://newstalk1130.iheart.com/onair/common-sense-central-37717/the-democratic-party-and-the-kkk-11769046/#ixzz4E1bQ6LkT
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    S2Ki said
    FYI....kkk was an agitation group from another era, but invented by democrats. And still respected by some, as Hillary Clinton gives a warm hug & kiss to KKK Grand Kleagle Democrat Sen. Robert Byrd.

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    I notice you posted the Snopes picture, but not the story. Byrd was a KKK member in the 1940s. He was later a civil rights advocate and was praised by the NAACP: "Senator Byrd reflects the transformative power of this nation. Senator Byrd went from being an active member of the KKK to a being a stalwart supporter of the Civil Rights Act, the Voting Rights Act and many other pieces of seminal legislation that advanced the civil rights and liberties of our country."

    Duke has spent his life founding and supporting various white nationalist and white supremacist groups, while Byrd, by contrast, spent the majority of his life publicly disavowing and repeatedly apologizing for his early KKK affiliation.

    http://www.snopes.com/clinton-byrd-photo-klan/
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    S2Ki said
    FYI....kkk was an agitation group from another era, but invented by democrats. And still respected by some, as Hillary Clinton gives a warm hug & kiss to KKK Grand Kleagle Democrat Sen. Robert Byrd.

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    I notice you posted the Snopes picture, but not the story. Byrd was a KKK member in the 1940s. He was later a civil rights advocate and was praised by the NAACP: "Senator Byrd reflects the transformative power of this nation. Senator Byrd went from being an active member of the KKK to a being a stalwart supporter of the Civil Rights Act, the Voting Rights Act and many other pieces of seminal legislation that advanced the civil rights and liberties of our country."

    Duke has spent his life founding and supporting various white nationalist and white supremacist groups, while Byrd, by contrast, spent the majority of his life publicly disavowing and repeatedly apologizing for his early KKK affiliation.

    http://www.snopes.com/clinton-byrd-photo-klan/


    Byrd would promote or disavow anything to keep his power.

    Just like Hillary saying "marriage is between a man and a woman" or "They need to be brought to heel" she would just as easily turn again to keep or attain power.
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    S2Ki said
    FYI....kkk was an agitation group from another era, but invented by democrats. And still respected by some, as Hillary Clinton gives a warm hug & kiss to KKK Grand Kleagle Democrat Sen. Robert Byrd.

    I notice you posted the Snopes picture, but not the story. Byrd was a KKK member in the 1940s. He was later a civil rights advocate and was praised by the NAACP: "Senator Byrd reflects the transformative power of this nation. Senator Byrd went from being an active member of the KKK to a being a stalwart supporter of the Civil Rights Act, the Voting Rights Act and many other pieces of seminal legislation that advanced the civil rights and liberties of our country."

    Duke has spent his life founding and supporting various white nationalist and white supremacist groups, while Byrd, by contrast, spent the majority of his life publicly disavowing and repeatedly apologizing for his early KKK affiliation.

    http://www.snopes.com/clinton-byrd-photo-klan/

    In other words, more lies, and factual & historical distortions from S2Ki (see my above). What else should we expect from an apologist for the KKK, who says it's merely an "agitation" group. Not a hate group, not responsible for Black lynchings & atrotcities, they just "agitate". Nice revisionist view of a group of domestic terrorists. Do ISIS and al Qaida also just agitate?
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    Jul 10, 2016 5:35 PM GMT
    Art_Deco said
    Ex_Mil8 said
    S2Ki said
    FYI....kkk was an agitation group from another era, but invented by democrats. And still respected by some, as Hillary Clinton gives a warm hug & kiss to KKK Grand Kleagle Democrat Sen. Robert Byrd.

    I notice you posted the Snopes picture, but not the story. Byrd was a KKK member in the 1940s. He was later a civil rights advocate and was praised by the NAACP: "Senator Byrd reflects the transformative power of this nation. Senator Byrd went from being an active member of the KKK to a being a stalwart supporter of the Civil Rights Act, the Voting Rights Act and many other pieces of seminal legislation that advanced the civil rights and liberties of our country."

    Duke has spent his life founding and supporting various white nationalist and white supremacist groups, while Byrd, by contrast, spent the majority of his life publicly disavowing and repeatedly apologizing for his early KKK affiliation.

    http://www.snopes.com/clinton-byrd-photo-klan/

    In other words, more lies and factual & historical distortions from S2Ki. What else should we expect from an apologist for the KKK, who says it's merely an "agitation" group. Not a hate group, not responsible for Black lynchings & atrotcities, they just "agitate". Nice revisionist view of a group of domestic terrorists. Do ISIS and al Qaida also just agitate?


    Agitation groups are hate groups, you idiot.

    How else do you think ISIS or KKK or BLM recruit members to their ranks?

    And claiming that I'm an "apologist for the KKK" is libel. You better be careful, else you might get served with a lawsuit...asshole.

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    Jul 10, 2016 5:49 PM GMT
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    And claiming that I'm an "apologist for the KKK" is libel. You better be careful, else you might get served with a lawsuit...asshole.



    You could get Southbeach1500 to serve it. He's got a long standing invitation to dine with A_D. Oh wait...